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Dear parents of St. Ambrose Academy,

Because we have enough founds, the Home and School Connection will be providing Hot Lunch tomorrow Tuesday May 21st. to all students.

Parents will be serving hot dogs and brats for everyone who wants a hot lunch, otherwise they can bring their cold lunch as usual.

Please note this special lunch if free of cost.

Thank you!

Please make sure your student brings in the textbook for each of their classes Mon. May 20, Tue. May 21, and Wed., May 22. All students must turn in their textbook before their final exam in each class.

Parents will be contacted if a student does not turn in their book and may be charged if not turned in by Wednesday.

First Friday All-Day Eucharistic Adoration | May 3

Our last opportunity to adore Our Lord in the Holy Eucharist in our oratory for the full school day THIS Fri., May 3.

If you and/or your student(s) would like to join us for the Rosary, please arrive in the St. Joseph Oratory at 7:40 a.m. Fri., May 3. The Rosary will be followed by Mass, after which Our Eucharistic Lord will be exposed on the altar.

If you are available to stay with Our Lord for an hour, please contact Dr. Geoffrey Ludvik.

We will have the opportunity to adore Our Lord in the Holy Eucharist in our oratory for the full school day THIS Fri., Apr. 19.

If you and/or your student(s) would like to join us for the Rosary, please arrive in the St. Joseph Oratory at 7:40 a.m. Fri., Apr. 19. The Rosary will be followed by Mass, after which Our Eucharistic Lord will be exposed on the altar.

If you are available to stay with Our Lord for an hour, please contact Dr. Geoffrey Ludvik.

Our May all-day Adoration day will be the last of this school year.

The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed following morning Mass and until the end of the school day.

Friday All-Day Eucharistic Adoration

THIS Fri., Feb. 9, we will have the opportunity to adore Our Lord in the Holy Eucharist in our oratory for the full school day.

If you and/or your student(s) would like to join us for the Rosary, please arrive in the St. Joseph Oratory at 7:40 a.m. THIS Fri., Feb. 9. The Rosary will be followed by Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Our Eucharistic Lord will be exposed on the altar following the Mass.

Adorers are needed throughout the day. If you are available to stay with Our Lord for an hour, please contact Dr. Geoffrey Ludvik, Director of Student Ministires.

Summer Workshop Registration Is Open

Our 2024 Summer Workshops have got it all for your favorite rising 5-9th grader. They will: build academic skills, enjoy time with friends, keep their minds active during the summer break, and have a lot of fun doing hands-on, interactive experiences!

Each workshop is an independent week-long experience that you can register for beginning today.

 

Week One: Dinosaurs, Fossils & the Geology of Wisconsin!

June 10 – 14, 2024 | 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. daily

with Dr. Geoffrey Ludvik and Mr. Michael Kwas

 

Week Two: Physics for Kids

August 5 – 9, 2024 | 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. daily

with Mr. Aaron Roser and Mr. Michael Kwas

 

Cost: $250/student for one week or $450/student for both weeks. Read workshop descriptions and register at our website!

Learn More!

Summer Workshop Registration Is Open

Our 2024 Summer Workshops have got it all for your favorite rising 5-9th grader. They will: build academic skills, enjoy time with friends, keep their minds active during the summer break, and have a lot of fun doing hands-on, interactive experiences!

Each workshop is an independent week-long experience that you can register for beginning today.

 

Week One: Dinosaurs, Fossils & the Geology of Wisconsin!

June 10 – 14, 2024 | 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. daily

with Dr. Geoffrey Ludvik and Mr. Michael Kwas

 

Week Two: Physics for Kids

August 5 – 9, 2024 | 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. daily

with Mr. Aaron Roser and Mr. Michael Kwas

 

Cost: $250/student for one week or $450/student for both weeks. Read workshop descriptions and register at our website!

Learn More!

 

 

Junior High students (6th-8th) have normal school hours this Friday (8:00 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.), though the school day will be filled with sessions on new hobbies, skills, and experiences.

Dress code is SAA Spirit Wear, like what we wear on Wednesdays. Please send students with a lunch as normal.

Thank you to our parent volunteers who have offered to lead these sessions! We’re excited to show you what our students learn.

Life Skills Day

Do you have a neat skill you’d be able to share with the St. Ambrose Junior High students?

On Fri., Jan. 19, the Junior High will have a Life Skills day. We began this tradition last year when the Seniors were on their March for Life field trip to Washington D.C. and the 9th -11th graders went on retreat, and it is a wonderful way for our younger students to learn new skills and hobbies!

We’d like to offer the students an opportunity to learn some wood carving, carpentry, sewing, knitting, decorating cookies, weight training, calligraphy, cord rosary making, etc. but we need your help! Do you have any practical skill that you would be willing to teach students? Students will be in groups of 10, though you can specify if you are able to take 20 at a time.

Please contact Ms. Behrens if you are interested and available! Thank you!

First Friday All-Day Eucharistic Adoration | November 3

We will have the opportunity to adore Our Lord in the Holy Eucharist in our oratory for the full school day.

If you would like to join us for the Rosary, please arrive in the St. Joseph Oratory at 7:40 a.m. on Fri., Nov. 3. The Rosary will be followed by The Liturgy of the Hours Morning Prayer. Our Eucharistic Lord will be exposed on the altar following Morning Prayer.

Adorers are needed throughout the day. If you are available to stay with Our Lord for an hour, please contact Dr. Geoffrey Ludvik, Director of Student Ministires.

Dress Like a Saint Day! | Tuesday Oct 31

On Tuesday, October 31, we are bringing back our Dress Like a Saint Day!

In honor of the Feast of All Saints, students may come to school dressed as a saint of their choosing. They should also be prepared to tell us about their saint! Modern saints & blesseds are allowed, but a word of warning: Students who use this treat as an opportunity to “dress down” will be given a demerit at the discretion of their teachers. Encourage your student to put together a great costume!